HDMI to DVI-D conversion problem. Not in compliance?
I own an Akai PDP5006H Plasma TV with DVI-D input connection. It does not have a HDMI input. My cable box and new DVD player only have HDMI and when I bought a converter connection from HDMI to DVI-D, it works for about 2 seconds then it says ''Not compliant''. This happens with both my cable box and the DVD player. Do you know the solution
Re: HDMI to DVI-D conversion problem. Not in compliance?
It souunds like te TV is having problems with the streaming data being applied
Most plasmas with DVI connections were actually designed for PC type input signals
Unfortunately the TV's input may not be able to stand up to the stream of signal the DVD or cable box wants to display. You can try and lower the output of both devices to 720P
Good luck to you
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There should not be a driver required for this. As long as your HP desktop has a VGA video or HDMI video output, you can connect to the back panel of the TV from the video port of the PC. Then, on the remote, select the "PC" option for VGA input, or HDMI for the HDMI 1 or 2 input(s). If the PC only has DVI output, then it is important to know if the output is analog or digital. If it is digital (DVI-D or DVI-DD] then there is no available port on the TV to support it. Using a DVI-VGA adapter on a DVI digital output will not work as there must be a digital-to-analog conversion in order to work.
Hello there, the hdmi cable is a great way to get high definition video from a bluray player to a tv, but if the bluray player is part of a surround sound system you will need to get the sound to the tv separately. There is often a red and white audio terminal in the rear of the bluray player, sometimes located next to a yellow terminal, these are known as a component connection as each component (coloured terminal) is separate and operates a separate function, but all 3 connections can be used together to create a SCART equivalent. You may need to connect an 'Audio Component to 3.5mm jack' cable from the white and red terminals to the headphone/line in socket on the tv.
alternatively, as wilth my player, there is a button on the remote which switches the audio source from component, hdmi, SCART, etc, this may be the same for you.
You need an adapter and the bestis to approach the nearest computer accessories store where such ones are available to which the conversion cord you bought can be used. Please check this interesting utube presentation;
If you see a no signal message, then it means that the signal output format of the PS3 does not match . It happens if you have previous used it on another tv and now connected it to a different tv. To resolve this, turn off the PS3 . Press and hold the power button on the PS3 till you hear three BEEPS. The PS3 should automatically detect the tv's resolution and the initial setup screen should appear. After that you should just follow on-screen instructions to set it up.
Symptom: TV shuts off unless all the input (phono and HDMI) cables are disconnected. The symptom may be intermittent. Cause: There is an abnormal AC voltage entering the TV from one of the input cables or AC outlet. Remedy: Follow the Testing procedure to determine if there is a problem external to the product.
Concept Constant symptom If the TV no longer shuts off when all input cables are disconnected, then one of the input cables is introducing abnormal voltages into the TV. Panasonic Plasma TV sets have 3 wire AC plugs. As a result, abnormal voltages introduced into this TV will cause the TV to shut off for protection. Intermittent symptom If the abnormal input voltage is borderline (marginal), the TV shut off symptom may be intermittent. However the cause may still be detectable with a voltmeter. Protection Proof: Release the protect mode - the TV has to be unplugged to reset this protection circuit.
Threats from the HDMI input: Excessive voltage from an HDMI cable connected product will activate the Plasma TV’s protection circuitry. Placing an isolating / buffering connector (sometimes called a voltage conditioner) between the TV and the HDMI input cable often solves the problem. Testing - Unplug all the HDMI inputs from the TV. Turn on the TV. Plug in the HDMI inputs one at a time. The cable that causes the TV to enter the protection state is connected to the product that has the excessive voltage (and signal). Avoid connecting this product until an isolating connector is found.